Dementia experts from the Institute of Health and Community, Plymouth University and further afield have joined forces to present a series of lectures focussing on aspects of dementia care.

Supported by Health Education South West, the lecture series is open to members of the public and health care professionals, and will cover topics such as dementia care policy, technology and dementia, occupational therapy and dementia, the South Devon Dementia Learning Community, neuropsychology and dementia, and advances in drug therapies for dementia.

The lectures will take place in the Robbins Lecture Theatre, Plymouth University, on 17 and 24 February, and 3 and 10 March, 6.00pm to 8.00pm.

The lectures are free of charge and those wishing to attend can book a place by emailing dementiaseminar@plymouth.ac.uk